Madhu reflects on the mysteries of how life changes and asks whether more mutual nourishment is possible here at Sannyas News, given the nature of our core Being.
Winds of change are always blowing, aren´t they?
Sometimes feeling like watching one of these fabulous roses of the desert, which, uprooted, are taken by the winds of change, changing their habitation, waiting a a very dry little knot for a new seasonal habitation…And then, when some humidity, some water shows up, amazingly spreading their leaves in lush green, and staying for another while at one place.
A life born to exactly such conditioning, appearing alive and lush, dark green and then again like some apparently rotten stuff…And one who knows about it knows that Life is just waiting for the interdependent circumstances to fulfil some conditions for showing up again, visibly.
He or she in the human realm may have received some glimpses of knowing the Being aspect, always present yet not always showing up visibly, being almost forgotten…not rarely feeling a threat of death…And in the midst of that as well, not rarely starting war-like scenarios, just to hold on to an identity, imagining a threat from another nearby identity: thereby losing its core issue of consciousness that one is meant to be the way one is (at the core/Being).
My question is whether such a knowing can be established, realised, encouraged amidst the tsunami of virtual waves of information – and information used as a fighting manual, as meanwhile quite often happens here at SN/UK..
My question is:
Can a collective healing take place in a small group like this? Associated with the wise insights a Paracelsus once had, which really deserves a meditation about it.
At the Caravanserai page, you invited, Satyadeva, some input about what is moving us…This – for the moment – is mine from here-to-here.
And you left some remarks there, amongst many others which have been coming. Yours were about one of the many friends of Sannyas (Michael Barnett, formerly Anand Somendra) who departed just very recently.
This question of mine is:
How precious are we for each other? And how can we learn in this virtual Chat to nourish each other in a better way – as long as we are able to write and read in a virtual Chat ?